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Talk on Mobile Web by Oon Yeoh


Talk on 'Mobile Web' by Oon Yeoh
Telenor Research &
Innovation Centre Asia Pacific


Date: 18th September 2008 (Thursday)
Time: 8.30 to 11.00am
Venue: Training Room 1, TM Research & Development, TM Innovation Centre,
Lingkaran Teknokrat Timur, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor

Organized by: IEEE Communications Society and Vehicular Technology Joint
Chapter

FREE ADMISSION

About the Talk:
Mobile Web
 * What are the issues involved?
 * What's holding it back?
 * What are its potential


About the Speaker:
Oon Yeoh is a Malaysian writer, editor and consultant. He has over a
decade of experience in the journalism and publishing industry spanning
various media such as print, web and mobile. He is a weekly columnist for
the The Edge, a Malaysian financial and investment publication and The
Star, a leading Malaysian newspaper. He also maintains a blog with ZDNet
called Malaysia Explorer which touches on the Internet, mobile and
multimedia industries.For the 2006 International Wesak Film Festival in
Kuala Lumpur, he made a short film called Chief about the late K. Sri
Dhammananda, a prominent Buddhist monk. He is currently working as a
senior researcher at Telenor Research & Innovation Centre Asia Pacific
(based in Cyberjaya). (
RSVP email to yeow@tmrnd.com.my or hafizal@mmu.edu.my )

I will definitely go to this talk...




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